jd1008 at gmail.com
Sat Jul 10 16:44:09 UTC 2010
On 07/10/2010 09:32 AM, Emilio Fernandes wrote:
> Ty for reply,
> but i dont need the system /sbin/init
> i need the source code of /sbin/init from initrd.img
> if you unpack the initrd.img from Fedora 8 CD-ROM
> you will find a binary called init, what is a sym link from /sbin/init
> from initrd.img.
> but i already find what i need
> on fedora 8 anaconda installer create this init from your compilation,
> and when you install anaconda on the CD he copy you initrd to
> so now i can do what i want.
> But ty all for reply!
The problem is in your wording of your question.
Given you do not have a good command of the English language,
everyone, including myself, assumed you wanted the C source code
of the package that provides /sbin/initrd.
> 2010/7/10 JD <jd1008 at gmail.com <mailto:jd1008 at gmail.com>>
> On 07/10/2010 06:43 AM, Emilio Fernandes wrote:
> > Hi all,
> > where can i get the source code of /sbin/initrd from fedora 11?
> I am on F13, but the command should be the same in F11.
> On F13, there is not /sbin/initrd, but I will use /sbin/init as an
> $ rpm -q --whatprovides /sbin/init
> Now, if you want the source, go either to:
> and you will find the name of the package there
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